When Chuck Rifici and his business partners set out to promote their startup, they didn’t buy advertising. Instead, they took the company public.
It was an unconventional move, but Mr. Rifici’s company isn’t exactly a conventional one. Tweed is one of Canada’s new batch of legal medical marijuana growers and while these companies sell directly to consumers, they’re banned from advertising. Read More
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